• Responders bring parade to Special Olympians

    Responders bring parade to Special Olympians0

    The Special Olympians could not parade because of the coronavirus pandemic. So, the first responders brought the parade to them. Local law enforcement — including Butte Police and Montana Highway Patrol — paraded past Special Olympians on Harrison Avenue Friday evening along with fire department personnel, volunteer firefighters, paramedics, search and rescue, and some Special

  • Maroons take victory lap

    Maroons take victory lap0

    Champions finally ride firetrucks The state champion Butte Central Maroons finally got to take their victory parade around the “City of Champions.” A little more than two months after claiming the Class A State championship, the Butte Central boys’ basketball team rode firetrucks around Butte this evening. The victory lap was delayed because of the

  • Time for the handshake to go away forever

    Time for the handshake to go away forever0

    Nobody does the Arsenio Hall fist pump better than former Montana Tech football coach Bob Green. Sometimes he does it really big, just like you would expect from the loudest coach in history. Other times, Green dials it down for a mini fist pump, like when he is showing support while sitting in a church

  • Special Olympics going virtual for Summer Games

    Special Olympics going virtual for Summer Games0

    The Special Olympic Montana State Summer Games will not be stopped by the coronavirus. Rather, the Special Olympics Montana announced Tuesday that the 2020 Games will be held virtually. “While the 2020 Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games have been indefinitely postponed due to COVID-19, the spirit of Special Olympics lives on in our athletes,

  • Myers receives Simonich

    Myers receives Simonich0

    Pannabecker, Williams honored The Montana Tech athletic teams announced their yearly award winners today. The three annual awards are normally given at the student-athlete banquet held in the spring. Seniors Carter Myers and Dylan Pannabecker and junior Mesa Williams were the big winners. Myers received the Ed F. Simonich Award. The Simonich Award has been

  • The benefit of the doubt can really go a long way

    The benefit of the doubt can really go a long way0

    The Billings Gazette tweeted out its story about former Butte High coach Luke Powers taking over the Miles City boys’ basketball program last week, and one Cowboys fan took notice. “I like the hire,” the fan wrote. Those four little words made me smile because it appears Powers is going to get the benefit of


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